HistoryWhich of the following describes a form of relocating agriculture in Central America?

Which of the following describes a form of relocating agriculture in Central America?


  1. A
    Lading
  2. B
    Milpa
  3. C
    Chena
  4. D
    Podu  

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    Solution:

    Milpa is the term used for relocating agriculture in Central America, a form of shifting cultivation. This method often requires removing land until the soil loses fertility, followed by several years of harvesting or farming. In many places, this procedure is known by different names. For example, shifting cultivation is known by the names Ladang in Indonesia, Milpa in Central America, Mexico, etc. In India, it is known by some different names. The most common of these is "Jhum" cultivation.
     
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